A storm that will bring major disruptions of travel and daily activities to much of the nation will hit Philadelphia with some snow and slippery road conditions on Monday, especially during the morning.
The storm is likely to bring around 3 inches of snow to the city with 3-6 inches in the heaviest bands of snow across South Jersey and Delaware. Far northern suburbs may struggle to see more than an inch or two.
Most of the snow will fall during the morning hours, which can lead to slippery roads. Much of the afternoon will be dry with travel conditions improving in many areas.
Lengthy flight delays and many cancelations are expected during the storm Monday, since it will impact major hubs in the mid-Atlantic.
Motorists are advised that despite the relatively mild day on Sunday, temperatures running below freezing Monday will cause many roads to become slippery and snow covered as the storm progresses.
Motorists heading southward along I-95 should expect very slippery conditions along much of the way through Northern Virginia with the potential for road closures in some locations.
More cold weather will follow the storm Tuesday and Wednesday.
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